Swinney: Less Questions This Year

Swinney: Less Questions This Year


Swinney: Less Questions This Year


Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney looked more confident as he attended his second ACC Media Kickoff.  Last year coach Swinney was accompanied by his Heisman Trophy candidate C.J. Spiller, but this year he was even more confident.

Coach Swinney wasn’t concerned with the media projection that the Tigers would finish second in the Atlantic. 

Dabo said there are less questions for the Tigers to answer this year than last even though his Heisman candidate is gone.  Coach Swinney mentioned how last year the Tigers had a new head coach, a new quarterback and a new offensive coordinator that were all unproven.

Dabo believes he has the talent to take the Tigers back to the ACC Championship Game, this year in Charlotte.

Watch coach Swinney as he answers questions from the ACC media:



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